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not as yet received a response. >>> a developing story in northeast washington, d.c. where two teenagers have been shot in a driveby. one is seriously hurt with a bullet to the thigh. the man is believed to be in his 20s. we don't know where he was shot. it happened at 7:00 tonight here at 53rd and clay. police are looking for a silver car involved in the shooting. >>> a warning for students at the university of maryland college park. watch your back. an alert went out after another student got mugged and beat up. it is the third off-campus attack in just one week. a student was walking home at 2:00 in the morning when four people attacked him. it happened at hartwick and princeton avenue. police are urging students and residents alike to keep their guards up. >> just always be aware. make sure you walk with someone else. don't walk late at night. >> i go down there by myself but never out here or at night. i usually go with a friend. >> if i ever feel threatened or if i ever feel that there is something, i would just try to call 911. >> a group on august 29th was mugged by three people. they
to elect folks that are going to go to washington d.c., number one and do what they say they're going to do primarily stand up for the agenda and offer clear alternatives that embrace the things that maybe america exceptional. for example americans believe in the free enterprise system. they understand that it makes us the most prosperous people in human history. they don't want to walk away from it. so i think the widespread sentiment is that we don't want to change america. we want to fix the things that are wrong in america. the tea party movement is an expression of that sentiment. >> schieffer: all right. well what is it? you have said over and over you're coming here to challenge republicans and democrats. what in your view have the republicans done wrong? >> remember the republicans had a majority in washington for the better part of 10 to 12 years. they didn't fulfill some of the promises they had made in '94 when they were elected things like a balance bunk it amendment. things like banning earmarks like term limits. these are fundamental things among others that people are looking
electricity for much of the washington, d.c. area. >> also heated water. it is the outflow from the power plant. to today that heated water is a little bit of a liability. it is summer and warm. in the wintertime this is the place to train because it is the one place in the whole world where you have a heated river. >> scott is a three time olympian and a three time world cup champion. >> if we were to have this in washington, d.c. we could easily them. this is olympic quality white water. >> reporter: now, you may have noticed everyone we talked to is a former olympian. >> i am also an olympic gold medalist in the white water israel come and grew up in the washington, d.c. area. >> you can't help but bump into them here because so many live in washington, d.c. just so they can train on this course. >> these are amazing people so under the radar screen. but in a sport like white water maybe that's the way they like it. >> reporter: he says there is a humble bunch. because there is nothing like an electrifying, power- producing manmade river to smack the ego right out of you. in dickerson,
of justice in washington, d.c.. he then joined the colorado attorney general's office, where he was chief of criminal division. ken has served as an instructor at the university of denver law school. in 2004, he was elected as a district attorney. he and his wife have three children. panel, first of all, we have 8 person passionate about transportation issues for the past 20 years -- we have a persian. she served as a member of the regional transportation board in denver and was voted one of the 100 most influential people in our first 100 years. she moved to grand junction in 1997 and has chaired the 12 -- club 20 transportation committee for the past three years. our next panelist is clint, who works for a rural group to help them recruit and retain health care providers through development. he also serves as a board member for the colorado rural development council. our next is shane, a government affairs manager for williams, and he is based in denver. he grew up in the grand junction area and graduated from mason state college. he served as the assistant director for energy of the ki
. >> actually flipping through the radio, talking about how washington, d.c. is on high alert satus bause they think that mighte the next target. >> i walked into the biing, a group of peop were sitting around the television ready for our meetings. >> after the rush hour would normally have ended i ended up getting stuck in rush hour-like traffic. >> we a t call that american airline 77 was a potential hijacked aircraft. >> as we sat down to have the meeting for this client, one of the people said, well barbara olsen won't be here because she is on a plane to california. >> the plane took off at 8:10 when it was scheduled. if i had been at my ofthce at the department of justice, one of the gals came in and sidebar bra is on the phone. i was at first relieved to hear barbara theau telephone because panic strikes immediately. the next words out of her mouth werted, my plane has been hijacked. >> we are watching all these aircraft in the system and trying to determine where they e. >> the pilot announced the plane had been hijacked. e said it had been hijaed shortly after takeoff. the plane
the langley air force base. >> actually flipping through the radio, talking about how washington, d.c. is on high alert status because they think that might be the next target. >> i walked into the bidding, a group of people were sitting around the television ready for our meetings. >> after the rush hour would normally have ended i ended up getting stuck in rush hour-like traffic. >> we a call that american airline 77 was a potential hijacked aircraft. >> as we sat down to have the meeting for this client, one of the people said, well barbara olsen won't be here because she is on a plane to california. >> the plane took off at 8:10 when it was scheduled. if i had been at my office at the department of justice, one of the gals came in and sidebar bra is on the phone. i was at first relieved to hear barbara on the telephone because panic strikes immediately. the next words out of her mouth were ted, my plane has been hijacked. >> we are watching all these aircraft in the system and trying to determine where they are. >> the pilot announced the plane had been hijacked. she said it had b
no intention of restoring it. >> if i am in washington d.c., accessing the canadian side, can i advertise services that would be available in washington, d.c on the canadian side? >> yes, you could, but there were be simply no value whatsoever, because the individuals who view the site in montreal are living in montreal. >> how about someone in washington d.c. viewing the canadian site? >> i am not sure i understand. bixby said you could access any site from anywhere. if i am in washington d.c., accessing the canadian side, can i see that at posted their by someone offering services in washington d.c.? >> yes, you can, if you are in washington d.c., can you see the site in montreal? yes. >> can i posed services that would be available in washington d.c. on the montreal side? >> yes,ut the utility is virtually zero, because the traffic that use the web pages for montreal or seattle or miami or local populations, so if i were to place an ad in washington d.c. for something that i was selling or a job or a services at in another city, there would be no value whatsoever, because nobody near m
will you find this recipe! >> hello from our studios in washington, d.c. i'm erica ortiz. bienvenidos and welcome to "hispanics today!" when you think of a nightt the ballet, it can be pretty intimidating. chances are, you picture rich people in fur coats and tuxes, afraid to cough or sneeze, lest they be shushed during the performance. well, ballet has changed. it has become more suited to different audiences and different tastes, thanks in part to a cuban-american dance genius named septime webre. he's adding a new look to ballet in one washington, d.c.'s, most overlooked neighborhoods. >> in his eighth season as the artistic director of the washington ballet, septime webre has made a real presence in washington, d.c.'s, creative and social communities. webre has become a very charismatic leader and visionary for the one of the nation's top mid-size ballecompanies. he has been credited with successfully helping to transform the nation's capital, widelynown as the mecca of world politics, into an up-and-coming, hip, and urban artistic community. quite an accomplishment for the seven
getting under way in washington, d.c. the goal, assessing what happened before and after the explosion in san bruno. the hope is that it will lead to stronger safety practices for natural gas pipeline and here's live look at that hearing. it is about to start in washington, d.c. it's a meeting of the surface transportation and marchant marine infrastructure safety and security subcommittee. you can see people are about to start taking their seats. barbara boxer there on the left-hand side of your screen. we are expecting to hear from senators boxer and feinstein. the president of pg&e christopher johns, as well as the mayor of san bruno, the california public utilities commission and the ntsb, which is in charge of the investigation into what happened in san bruno. last week, feinstein and boxer introduced a bill to double the number of term pipeline inspectors, increase the penalties for pipeline safety violations and require automatic electronic shutoff valves wherever possible. it would also require pipeline operators to contact all property owners within 2,000 feet of a natural gas
us in washington, d.c., they would like it too. they do. >> we built the buildings. building hospitals as the single most important investment we can make. in case of natural disaster, the natural disasters need to be there and they need to be functioning 100%. i'm speaking to you as a property owner and a san francisco resident. i am blocks away from the bay view campus. we are really looking forward to this project. this will be a completely positive impact on the environment of san francisco. i urge you to move this through the planning commission. personally, i worked at the california campus four years at a time and day out and day and i noticed that there was some issues with the loading dock. this will encourage easier transition from the streets. cpmc told me about their transit plan. we urge the approval. we think that this document is adequate and thank-you for your time. this is a construction management company. this manages the health care project and construction including several hospitals. >> i have had an opportunity to review the impact report mitigation pla
with police cruisers chp and sheriff's department. that truck will go to washington d.c. where analysis will be done on the pipe. i'm about half a mile away from the scene itself. just southwest of the actual scene of the incident. obviously still a developing story. we will be out here all morning. it's been new developments happen will let you know. >> will tran live at the command center in san bruno with the very latest on the investigation. >> the investigation should take about 12-14 months. i spoke to someone about our go if they got the information before then he will pass that along. we showed to the pipes their washington d.c. to go into a laboratory put it under microscope and they will investigate. under the microscope they can see if there's any cracks before the explosion took place to tell them exactly what happened. they are talking to construction crews to see if there's any excavation that took place before the explosion happened. they're not ruling it out there is so much they need to do it that even though the pipes are heading out of here today may be tomorrow as qu
to it, lindsay. >> thanks, lindsay. >> the way you get around washington, d.c. might be seriously compromised this weekend. >> show you what's going on. not a good thing if you are trying to run the red line. it may be completely out of service. >> and plus that state dinner at the white house, also starring in the cable t.v. show. wait until you hear what's next for the woman who has already made headlines. >> the major new development in the recovery from the gulf oil spill. find out where things are starting to look up in the economy. stick around and we are just getting started. lindsay is still here, too. >> wow. [ music ]   .  >> i'm sue palta for 25 years i have been predicting the weather and loving every minute of it. tornadoes and blizzard and rain and through it all you've always had my forecast to count on. and i'm not done yet. this droid has evolved to do even more. now it integrates your work e-mail, so you can be hooked up to everything you need to do. now it does 1 ghz speed on a more intuitive keyboard. turning you into an instru
morning news. >> let's go straight back to tony. >> the flash flood warning is in effect for washington, d.c., montgomery county, southern anne arundel county, prince george's county, calvert county, fredericksburg, king george county, the city of alexandria, fairfax, falls church, arlington county, loudoun county, fauquier county. i'm reading this to you because this just broke and we don't have the map ready yet. prince william county, fairfax county, even fauquier county. this is a flash flood warning. this is in effect until 10:45 a.m. this moons that flooding is imminent or has been observed already. you want to know that. flash flood warning in effect for essentially all of the area. and a tornado watch now in effect -- let's see. i'll let you know how long that is in effect just shortly. that includes washington, d.c., anne arundel county, prince george's county. that is in effect until 1:00. let's get to max 2. we can show you that map there. the areas covered by the tornado watch in effect until 1:00 this afternoon. what that means is that conditions are good for the possibility of
secretary of education, arne duncan, and leading reformer and chancellor of washington, d.c. schools, michelle rhee, randi weingarten, president of the federation of teachers. and robert bobb, emergency financial manager of detroit public schools. >>> but first, to politics and the fight for congress. >>> but first, to politics and the fight for congress. will the house, in this divided campaign season, fall to the gop? if so, what will republicans do in power? this week, republican leaders in the house unveiled their pledge to america, campaign manifesto that's the 2010 version of the gop's contract with america from 1994. the highlights -- extend the bush tax cuts, cut spending, and repeal health care reform. >> our pledge to america is that the republicans stand ready to get it done and beginning today. >> but the question is, are these new ideas or more of the same? here to debate that question among others, one of the architects of the republican pledge, the chairman of the house republican congress, conference, rather -- representative mike pence of indiana. he's here in new yo
washington, d.c., and understand that the way to make your city better is through public service, and not afraid to work extremely hard hours for almost no pay. f those who who have worked for me in campaigns, iill never be able to thank a of you. thank all the employees of the d.c. government, iingly be in city government for 106 more days, we have the hardest working, most competent government employees anywhere in the country. i saw it as a city council member, so enthusiastic to take the helm four years ago, and to help recruit, help manage and to make even better the strong employees that we hve had. the bes agency directors in the country. i thank all of them for the work they have done for me, and prior to me ming on board. and the work that they will do after i am gone. people have questions about what you will do personally. it is too early for me to answer those types of questions. i was born and raised in washington, d.c., i have no intentions of ever aving. i will be in the city for the rest of my life. my parents taught me that you have to be involved. that you have
, washington, d.c., los angeles and san francisco. in new york, and activist a part in a demonstration outside the federal building. >> i lived in chicago for eight years and i know everyone who was raided this past friday. they are dear friends of mine. some have children in kindergarten, some have babies. i remember when they were not even married. they are hard-working and activists. we need to make sure that no one in any movement turns their back on these folks because that is what the bureau wants us to do. it wants to ruin their lives and make as many anti-war activists on people -- turn their backs on people. >> those are some of the headlines. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. a u.s. soldier charged with murdering civilians and other crimes in afghanistan made his first appearance in a military court in washington state monday. army specialist jeremy morlock is the first of 12 u.s. soldiers accused of forming a secret kill team in afghanistan that murdered unarmed afghan civilians at random and collected body parts, such as fingers,
colores a la cara?. con ustedes josé díaz balart. desde washington d.c. (música) >>>josé: muy buenas tardes, comenzamos el noticiero aquí en washington con el senador demócrata, harry enfrentando en una reñida batalla, pero d como telemundo informó primero hoy propuso una estrategia para lograr la aprobación conocida como el dream act. un beneficio que permite a los jóvenes algo más. >>>angie: hasta ahora el futuro de millones de jóvenes indocumentados parecían incierto >>> hsoy a neshamérica americae no tiene son papeles y podré ir luego a la universidad sin miedo. >>>angie: sin embargo debido a una propuesta demócrata el dream act oizar a los estudiant indocumentados pudiera convertirse en realidad. todos los niños extranjeros traídos por sus padre as estados unidos, deberían obtener la residencia y poder ir a universidades estatales, o las fuerzas harmarmadas. esta enmienda formará parte del proyecto de defensa del 2011 a presentarse la semana que viene en el senado. >>> con esto esperamos que podamos pues obtener los votos para probarlo, y darle un impulso a una
. >> first glenn beck had his restoring honor rally in washington, d.c.. noo comedy central's stewart and colbert are jumping on the rally bandwagon. stewart will hold a ralll in washington, d.c. called restore sandyyand colbert will hold one called the march to keep fear alive in washington, d.c.. both will be held october 30. ann for more information on these events go to foxbaltimore.com, as always,/news links. >> next on the "late edition". progress in the rescue of the minors in chile. the things rescuers still need tt do to get them out. >> this is lining he czar of all czars. >> and the tactic president >> long time maryland senator ú%ysses ccrrie pleads not guilty to corruption chhrres. currie enters a plea in a federal courtroom in baltimore this morning. the prince george's county democrat is accused of accepting almost aaquarter million dollars from theeshoppers food arehouse in exchange for his influence in annapolis. he was namee in an 18 count indictment earlier this month that included charges of bribery and mail fraud. 73-years-old. he has cancer. he as other serio
news at noon on your side. >> good afternoon. from your on brown was. washington, d.c., which of to a rainy start to this work week. and is coming down hard in some areas. adam caskey is your within the get our first forecast. this is much needed brain. it is nice. >> the timing is not so bad for us. i know is not good for the commute and even later this evening or tomorrow morning, but we really need the rain. we are getting it right now. we are getting a perfect long soak everywhere. where it is raining in the metro area, it is coming down very hard. the red and yellow you see right here, down the belt way toward extreme north arlington, these showers are falling each other and they move like a train follow each other and dumping heavy rainfall. one point to 5 inches at t.j. elementary. -- 1.25 inches. more on this and the expected accumulation coming up. >> return to the news of the day. police in silver spring are searching for a hit-and-run driver who said a young woman to the hospital. this happened saturday night on carroll ave. he left a key piece of evidence behind. c
will bring you more information as we get it. >>> washington, d.c., police are investigating an accident that injured an officer that happened around 3:30 a.m. the car caught fire after the crash. police say he was responding to an incident with the lights and sirens on when he struck a light pole. the injuries are not believed to be life-threatening. >>> police are searching for the person who opened fire on a crowd of people in northwest washington, d.c., last night. this was on 53rd street. we have not heard about how the people are doing. >>> another attack. that is what people of the university of maryland campus are talking about today. one student injured this weekend when he was robbed by a group of suspects. courtney robinson has the story from college park. >> less than one -- to the new school year and the university of maryland campus is on alert. >> you think it will not happen to you, but clearly it can happen to anyone. >> the most recent attack on saturday happened here. a student walking by himself was attacked by four men who attacked and robbed him. >> it is not a good
england, boston right now 62 degrees. new york city, 61. washington, d.c., 63. and atlanta, checking in at 68. we still have the heat, however, as we move out into the southwest, phoenix 93, and cooler temperatures in the pacific northwest. now, as far as the moisture across the country, we are watching several areas here especially the high plains around the great lakes and also watching tropical moisture in the southern gulf of mexico. that is a tropical depression that we'll have to watch, it could become hermine, but it will bring squally concerns in to south texas. today new york 81, washington, d.c. looking good at 84. atlanta, 89. dallas, about 93 degrees for your high temperature. cloudy, cool, rainy in the pacific northwest, but look for high temperatures right around 62 degrees. so that's your labor day forecast. back to work here as we move in to your tuesday. looking unsettled here in the lone star state, showers and thunderstorms continue to cool seattle. new england, temperatures will warm up. that's a look at the weather across the country. here's a look at the weather
would also like to thank our symposium partners. the asian american justice center from washington, d.c. the center for state and local government law. the chief justice earl warren institute. the consulate general of mexico. the quality federation. -- equality federation. the national center for lesbian rights. san francisco chamber of commerce. the san francisco department of children, youth, and their families. san francisco department on the status of women. san francisco zero divided foundation. we would like to thank the city department heads that are here. the department of status of women. the human rights commission, and our own director, the office of civic engagement and immigrant affairs. you have an opportunity later in the meeting for public comment. please indicate if you would like to speak or write down your questions and return the cards to staff members. i would like to introduce an outstanding leader who has worked hard to bring the diverse segments of the san francisco community together to reach a common ground. since coming into office in january of 2009, he has b
this project is from the first moment, they have been a steadfast force in washington, d.c. for us. together with the speaker, they have been a formidable set of champions for this were the project. i also want to it knowledge the chief operating officer of the presidio trust. a major comeback indispensable partner in the product -- execution of this project. we have had the pleasure of working with him for several years and look forward to working with them and the future until the project is completed. i also want to acknowledge the first vice-president of the golden gate bridge district team. i also want to thank the chief engineer. of course, the study on doyle drive. mary curry, the leader of public affairs. let me take a moment to introduce the administrator of the federal highway administration. we are simply delighted that he has been able to take time from his busy schedule, which he spent reshaping the way we think about transportation, to come to san francisco to be here with us. when he leaves today, he will take with him this memento. it is a little shovel. we are giving you a p
not the whole story. >> be specific then, michelle. in washington, d.c., you closed schools, you fired teachers. a lot of controvey around that. randi, do you believe in accountability, what happened in washington, michelle, you start, when you did fire teachers and close down schools that weren't performing? >> we got a tremendous amount of pushback. i think the superintendent bobb knows this as well. people are uncomfortable when you changehat is currently in place. and so what w looked at over the last 3 1/2 years, for example, we closed 23 school unless the first year. we've closed several schos after that. because we cannot continue to pour the same amount of resources in to a faulty syst. we were shrinking in terms of the number of schools that were coming to school but we never downsitesed the number of schools that we had. the results of that was that we re spreading our resources way too thin. and we we -- the citizens and the students weren't feeling the amount of money that we were spending every single day. you know, in terms of the teacher aountability, yes, we spent -- we held a v
, d.c. area. this is in silver spring maryland, about 20 minutes from washington, d.c. montgomery county police department says a gunman has entered the building you're looking watt just the discovery channel communications building, and has taken at least one individual hostage. corporal dan fritz told one local channel the gunman was in a building, the person inside the building has told the associated press that the man had something strapped to his chest and there were hostages. the person refused to be identified but saying they were inside that building. so this is a developing, breaking news story that we are following out of silver spring, maryland. right now we're going to listen into wrc. that's our local nbc affiliate in that area. >> a couple of blocks there barely about two blocks from there is the silver spring mess troe station. is that shut down as well? >> i don't know at this point. we did see someone from metro on a walkie talkie trying to give directions to someone over the radio. i wasn't able to hear exactly what he was saying so i don't know if the metro sta
investigators are taking the pipe to washington d.c. where it will be reconnected to sections removed from the crater. the state public utility commission has ordered pg&e to step up investigations of the pipeline system statewide. this morning at 10:00 the owners of 48 red-tagged homes deemed unsafe will get further instructions. >> anyone who might have information or video that could help the investigation with the reported problems in the days before the explosion. for the latest jenelle live in san bruno. >> that's right, kristen. if you smelled anything prior to last thursday's explosion or if you have any amateur video of the explosion itself, they want it. meanwhile the california public utilities commission has ordered pg&e to inspect all its natural gas lines. according to reports pg&e has over 5,000 miles of gas line. the 20 foot section of pipe launched 100 feet from the explosion site is being shipped to washington d.c. for analysis as well as other parts of the i pipeline. they want to see if there's torn metal in the weld of the pipeline. also a recent repair of the sewage p
that the washington d.c. native was a good friend and a fantastic individual. here is the green party candidate on public television ashy campaign to become the next -- as she campaigned to become the next u.s. senator. >> once my disenfranchisement, i said i should be willing to give of their limited difference. >> she was training for a triathlon and was out riding her bike when she was critically struck by this s tv. state police say that the driver thought she had hit a deer and realized what had happened only when she arrived home and found the bicycle lodged under the car. >> she had decided to make that run for senate. i was really looking forward to working with her. >> the driver called the police about an hour after the accident and 3 mi. away. police say it does not appear that alcohol or drugs were factors in the crash and no charges have been filed. >> the current senator issued a statement saying that she admired the victim's the termination and would have enjoyed the energy. family and friends have begun to gather here at the college. >> here we are talking temperatures of 99 deg
? >> well, ending bailouts and cutting spending in washington, d.c. is a new idea, david. and the truth is, look, republicans didn't lose our majority in 2006, we lo our way. we walked away from the principles of fiscal discipline and reform that minted our governing majority back in 1980 and again in 1994. and the american people walked ay from us. what we have in this proposal is not necessarily new -- the idea of fiscal responsibility, pro growth policies, openness and transparency in government are solid american ideas. what repuicans are committing to in the pledge for amera is taking important first steps in this congress to steer our national government back to the basic practices. congressman van hollen, do you agree? is this return to core principles or is this a rehash? oh. >> this is a rehash. a recycling of the bush economic agenda. a new front page. otherwise, this is a xerox copy. the whole answer to everything seems to be give the folks at the top a tax bre and they want to undo of the regulations and reforms on wall street. i mean, the problems on wall street led to catastr
and the mayor of washington, d.c. losing his. plus, a little extra inning drama for you in the battle for first place between the yankees and rays in tampa, the reeling yanks blew a six run lead. we'll see if they could stage a comeback of hair own to get back into it first place, but first let's get to the news hive at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. we've got the results of yesterday's primaries. as i said in delaware, tea part i favorite christine o'donnell defeated mike castle to win that state's republican nomination for united states senate. o'donnell finished with more than 53% of the vote. >> we're in this to win. and we're in this to win big. and win big we did. don't ever underestimate the power of we the people. >> the last several weeks have been spirited, shall we say. and the voters in the republican primary have spoken and i respect that decision. i had a very nice speech prepared here hoping i would win this race and talked about thing we'd be able to do to create jobs and reduce taxes and those things that make a difference to delaware. still a long ways to go, by t
in washington d. c. today marked the second annual 912 march on washington. activists march had on the washington monument. they oppose big government. >>> in pennsylvania washington d. c. and in new york city it's a weekend of remembering. at ground zero work continues on a permanent memorial mourners gathered saturday to pay tribute to the nearly 3,000 lives lost on september 11th, 2001 when 19 hijackers took over four airliners they crashed into the world trade center pentagon and shanksville pennsylvania. shanksville first lady michelle obama and former first lady laura bush prayed in remembrance of the 40 who perished aboard flight 93. >>> a day of remembrance that's how our area reflected. people paused to remember the day that the world trade center towers fell and how that changed our country. >>> at 8:46 saturday morning exact time 9 years ago when the first plane hit the world trade center building in new york city howard county held a quiet ceremony in centennial park. ellen mackey lost her brother- in-law in that day. she brought her young son conner to pay tribute
solving ability in washington, d.c. barbara boxer has been in washington, d.c. for 28 long years. though she may say many things tonight, her track record, her long track record in washington, d.c. is consistent and clear and the results of her policies are devastating for this state. in the last 20 months along, our unemployment rate has grown. our debt has grown from $10.8 trillion to $13 trillion on its way to $20 trillion. barbara boxer may say she's fighting for californians, but the truth is, she's fighting hardest for another six years in washington, d.c. >> thank you, senator boxer. you get 90 seconds now. >> thank you very much, everybody. wonderful to be here. thanks to the sponsors, thanks to the good people of california who have put their faith in me. and because of that, i've been able to enact 1,000 provisions for our children, the first ever after school program. for our veteran, the first ever comprehensive casualty care center in california for our wounded warriors. we've doubled the transportation funding. that means thousands of jobs and jobs are my focus. i'm working
where president obama can learn from the defeat of mayor fenty in washington, d.c., on that very level. the mayor has a natural base, which have is to be part of president obama's natural base, and he was unable to connect. his votes came from, you know, nw washington, d.c. not from across -- towards the river, obviously. i think that is something that this white house should pay attention to. we are about to see apparently, potentially, i should say, a repeat performance in our native state of massachusetts, where governor patrick is suffering from the exact same problem. and very smart man. very hard working. unable to connect with the people in cities like where i grew up in fall river. springfield. boston does not necessarily elector governor. >> as good as martha's vineyard, so goes elmhurst in cambridge. wonderful. i think there are some lessons to be learned. for president obama to pay attention to the fact that there is no reason why he should not be able to connect. i also think that -- we're talking about how he needs a little more bill clinton in him. >> he does. >> but he a
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